( Electrical engineering : Electronics components )
Capacitive crosstalk occurs when there is interference resulting from the coupling of the electrostatic
field of one conductor upon that of one or more other capacitors.
Capacitive crosstalk can sometimes be found in phone lines where one conversation is picked up on another
Capacitive crosstalk is a situation in which a signal on one line can cause a smaller version of the same
signal on an adjacent line because of the capacitance between the lines.
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